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Figure 1: (a) small angle neutron scattering provides the size of growing aggregates measured from the time at which the attractive interaction is switched on. (b) Using the theoretical analysis of reversible aggregation to account for the binding-energy dissociation rates it is possible to reconstruct the effect intermolecular interaction between two macromolecules as a function of the alcohol concentration and type.

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